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Attractions near Elton Old Hall c1668

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum (3 Miles)*
Red House Stables Working Carriage Museum has one of the finest collections of original horse drawn vehicles and equipment in Britain.
Haddon Hall (3 Miles)*
Haddon Hall - the Derbyshire Home of the Duke of Rutland, has belonged to the family since the late 16th century.
High Peak Trail & Cromford Canal (4 Miles)*
The High Peak Trail is a 17.5 miles traffic free trail across the White Peak for walkers, horse riders and cyclists.
Heights of Abraham Cable Cars Caverns and Country Park (4 Miles)*
Welcome to the Peak District's oldest and one of the areas most popular days out, an attraction where stunning natural beauty is matched by human achievement and the historic blends seamlessly with the futuristic.
Gullivers Kingdom Matlock Bath (5 Miles)*
From the moment you enter Gulliver's you enter another world where your imagination can roam free. Gulliver's Matlock Bath is nestled in a stunning hillside location where much of the magic comes from the amazing scenery and views.
Peak District National Park (5 Miles)*
National Parks are Britain's breathing spaces. Places to get away from it all and enjoy fresh air and spectacular countryside.

Wirksworth Heritage Centre (6 Miles)*
The Story of Wirksworth encompasses the history of the town from prehistoric times to the modern day.
Chatsworth (6 Miles)*
Chatsworth is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and has been the family home of the Cavendish family since 1549.There's always something different to see, do and discover at Chatsworth.

Lea Gardens (6 Miles)*
Lea Gardens, which have been established for 45 years, contain a unique collection of highly acclaimed rhododendrons, azaleas kalmias and other plants collected from the far corners of the world.
Ilam Park and South Peak Estate (8 Miles)*
The popular Ilam Country Park lies on the banks of the River Manifold, which waters miles of scenic meadows and limestone gorges along its rock-strewn course through the Peak District.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Elton Old Hall c1668
Stanton in Peak (2 Miles)*
Youlgreave (2 Miles)*
The village of Youlgreave (pronounced Youlgrave) is a popular starting point for walks in the White Peak. It lies on a narrow limestone shelf, with houses spilling down the steep slope to the river Bradford.
Bakewell (4 Miles)*
Bakewell is a pleasant old town and has numerous tea-shops offering cream teas with the famous Bakewell Pudding. The town was largely re-built in a surge of prosperity in the early 19th century caused by the expansion of industry.
Bonsall (4 Miles)*
Bonsall is a beautiful, quiet, rural village set within the idyllic countryside of the Peak District. Traditional limestone cottages adorn windy streets, Bonsall is a village with a history that goes back many centuries.
Brassington (4 Miles)*
Parwich (5 Miles)*
Parwich is an attractive, historic village. Its stone cottages - many dating back over 200 years - are packed into the valley bottom and spread up the lower slopes of the surrounding hills.
Matlock Bank (5 Miles)*
Matlock Bank is the name given to the steep hillside to the east of the River Derwent, where Bank Road rises steeply from Crown Square in the centre of Matlock. This was once the site of the steepest tramway in the world.
Monyash (5 Miles)*
Edensor (5 Miles)*
Cromford (5 Miles)*
Cromford is Richard Arkwright's town. He was the great pioneer of the modern factory system, using water power to drive production machinery for the first time and revolutionising the textile industry.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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